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“Deciphering the dance of immune cells to better understand cancer.”

“Deciphering the dance of immune cells to better understand cancer.”

interview – Director of Inserm Research and Director of the Department of Immunology at the Institut Pasteur won the Grand Scientific Prize from the Simone and Cino Del Duca Foundation on the theme “Vision of Biology”.

In case of infection or cancerOur immune cells become disturbed. They engage in close communication to coordinate their actions and protect the body from these threats. Thanks to Philippe Bousso, he was able to capture the “waltz” of our immune cells in real time in the organs of living animals It is an imaging technique that immunologists have not used before. A performance that led the researcher and his team to more precisely decipher the way our armies of cells unite to defend our bodies. Congratulations for this work, it has won the 2024 Grand Scientific Prize from the Simone and Cino del Duca Foundation.

Le Figaro. – Where did you get the idea of ​​photographing the immune system as it works on living organisms? ?

doctor. Philip Busso. – the immune system It is remarkable in many respects, especially because this defensive shield, specific to each individual, is not static…

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